Verde al Mare Hotel

Address: Kato Achaia, Peloponnese, 27052, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in Kato Achaia.
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    What's next

    A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Nov 05, 2014

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    This is where I aspire to travel within the next 3 years: Remaining 2014: * Ruta Mayas - Mexico - Guatemala, maybe also Honduras? (new countries) 2015 * China (new country) * Ireland (new country) * Naples - Amalfi coast - Pompeii * Russia (new country) 2016 * ...

    My travel bucket list

    A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Nov 03, 2014

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    2. Senegal

    3. Uganda

    4. Madagascar

    5. Mozambique

    6. Ethiopia


    Oceania (4)

    1. New Zealand

    2. Fiji

    3. Papua New Guinea

    4. Micronesia


    And then there is coming up for more.

    Indeed, for a lot of the countries I visited so far, one time is not enough. And this first visit, only creates new wishes, new routes to be explored, new tastes to be tasted.
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    Αντίο Ελλ&

    A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 11, 2014

    ... started with Katie Mac and had Ryan as the anchor (with Jacob and Karmina running the middle legs) won easily. After the races we made our way out of the archaeological site and back to the tiny town in search of some final gyros and baklava before leaving. We got lamb gyros and baklava to go and then headed back to the hotel (good thing, before I bought any more jewelry). There they had lunch, but ...

    Love Letter to Greece

    A travel blog entry by bbk2014 on Jul 12, 2014

    ... as they are mostly pebble and stone beaches instead of sand, like on my beautiful Australian shores. But now I’m addicted to swimming in your seas and feeling your beach stones under me.

    I loved not having sand all over me, and without it on the shore, your sea waters are crystal clear everywhere I turn. Even at your busy ports full of huge ferries, the water is turquoise blue and clear enough to see straight to the bottom. As the calm sea ...

    Dionysus (God of Wine) Would be Proud

    A travel blog entry by amyw304 on Oct 22, 2013

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    ... tasting, which we got to do accompanied with a spread of bread, cheeses, salami, and farm fresh olives. We were happy to buy wine and olive oil to bring back for my parents who are taking care of our kids while we are away (thank you, Mom and Dad!!!).

    Afterward, our weary but satiated crew headed back to our ship. As we left, we bid a sad farewell to our new friends Maria and Dmitri, with promises of a return trip to Greece.
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